San Francisco State University has canceled classes because of a power outage that happened late this morning, school officials said. Service cut out at the university at about 11 a.m. as part of a larger power outage that affected 2,400 San Francisco customers, Pacific Gas & Electric spokeswoman Fiona Chan said. Read More
More than 600 people are without power in the Lake Merced area of San Francisco – including portions of San Francisco State University.The outage occurred around 11 a.m. Monday, according to PG&E spokeswoman Fiona Chan.The cause is unknown, but initially more than 2,400 people were affected. That number dropped to 624 still without power around noon. Read More
A power outage in San Francisco’s South of Market area affected more than 2,300 customers Wednesday afternoon.The outage was reported shortly after 2 p.m. Pacific Gas & Electric Co. said areas impacted include First and Second Streets to Bryant and Townsend streets.
Several computers in The San Francisco Examiner newsroom shut off abruptly due to the outage. There were reports of traffic signals that had gone out as well. Read More
Power has been restored to nearly 6,700 PG&E customers in San Francisco on Friday morning, a utility spokesman said.The outage was reported at 12:39 a.m. and originated at Hayes and Gough streets in the Hayes Valley neighborhood, spokesman J.D. Guidi said.Power was fully restored to all customers by 6:30 a.m. and was caused by underground equipment failure, Guidi said. Read More
More than 3,000 PG&E customers remained without power in the Bay Area on Friday morning due to weather-related outages throughout the region, a utility spokeswoman said.As of 8:30 a.m., there were about 1,400 customers without power along the Peninsula, mostly in the areas of San Gregorio and Pescadero, PG&E spokeswoman Fiona Chan said.There were also about 1,400 customers without power in the North Bay, particularly in the areas of Napa and Angwin, Chan said. Read More
PG&E crews continued to work in San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood Sunday morning where about 348 customers have been without power for more than eight hours, a spokeswoman said.
The outage, which appears to have been caused by an underground cable failure, was reported at around 1:10 a.m., PG&E spokeswoman Jana Morris said.
Utility crews were working to repair and replace the cable and hoped to have power restored to the neighborhood by 10 a.m. Read More
Mylar balloons are the reason 4,600 PG&E customers in the Diamond Heights neighborhood were without power Thursday afternoon, according to the utility company spokesman.PG&E spokesman Joe Molica said the outage began around 3:50 p.m. and affected customers from Harrison Street west to Portola Avenue, between 23rd and 30th streets. Power was restored to all customers around 4:20p.m. Read More
A brief power outage in the Mission District left 3,000 people without power and affected Muni's light rail for roughly 15 minutes, according to transit officials.
The power outage was reported to PG&E just after 2 p.m., according to PG&E officials. It affected 3,000 people along the 15th Street corridor between Harrison and Market streets.
The outage only lasted until 2:30 p.m., according to PG&E, but not before it affected Muni service. Read More
Residents in Chinatown and Nob Hill might have missed their alarm clocks this morning because underground equipment failure caused a power outage in the area.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. reported that 1,133 customers lost power around 6:45 a.m.
About 1,100 were restored an hour later and the rest would probably be restored by 12:30 p.m., PG&E spokesman Joe Molica said. Read More
All of the 7,376 Pacific Gas & Electric Corp. power customers on the Peninsula that lost power at 4 p.m. Thursday had their lights switched back on within 6 ½ hours, company officials said.
Service was gradually restored for the customers in Belmont and the City of San Mateo, from 41st Avenue to Ralston Avenue and from San Juan Boulevard to U.S. Highway 101, throughout the afternoon and evening. Full service was restored by 10:30 p.m. Read More